The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00482
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I-Associated- Service.Press Day Wire I I Ut I Key West.I Florida has the

latp '" Citizen(

I I For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key to West the :;; ;; ; most country equable; with weather an average in the

range of only 14* FahrenheitPRICE i

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French Feminine Ears Deaf { RECORDS REVEAL 1 WINTER VISITOR I. WORK SCROLLS ,Many Obstacles Are Seen In Path


To Clarions Suffragettes 'I I IN FORMER' (YEARSMANY MRS. FRED-LEE AND SON i j, Of Greatly Heralded Third Party

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Chamber Of Deputies Passes COLORED GIRLSNATCHES '


t 51 Jr!'. Fied Lee, who, with: herEon i ,i OF BEAUTIFYING
Women Right To VoteIn ENCE IN THESE PARTS j DIM) ha i Re !scrolls for the Voluntary -
i i Fred. is a rcgiinr inter visiI -
FROMMRS.CASH : Work Corps have arrived and Outlook In Pro-
I I tor in Key West and has been I I AQUARIUM SITE
Elections j pen-ons who have completed their
censing here for the
This is an answer to a numberof i past fivei I'pledged time can receive them by posed Activities

DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COMMIT. queries received by The Citi- i years, left yesterday afternoon
applying at the research
depart- PAYROLL .
By ADELAIDE KERR i I j zen since the story appealed in for her home She was escorted ment of the Key' West Admiris- I TO PLACE I

PARIS, April 16.-French .uffragettes NOON; OFFICERS SOON RE.i anent the report by B. A. Baker, I friends and her son. day. I <( one of the keepers at American I The discharges OTHER MATTERS !' TO BE MADE UNUSUALLY 5a'.bisiu>.

have won a new yictory: COVER MONEY, HOWEVER Shoal lighthouse, of a fall of hail Mrs. Lee and son usually spend .,' parchment and are are signed printed by Julius on-. ARE DISCUSSED I ATTRACTIVE Third.party talk i i. prominent

in the truffle for women' vote*, I stones at the iight. about six months: each year, com F. Stone Jr., Florida Emergency I .I in every smoke-filled-room di.-

I :I On a nufber of occasions since I, ing in the early fall and departing Relief Administrator. and i _

which in France, more than any I I A daylight robbery occurrying the story appeared persons have i with the arrival of spring; This Governor Dave Sholtz They are I Apportionment of race track'i Beautification of the groumdaleading' i iI I cuttion. of the political outlook

other ii i battle of the I asked> if there have been other 1 I for 1935, but that alone does
country, a I yesterday afternoon shortly before -! I y eai they' occupied the Wr.tson printed in both English and Span- I i I not
': hail falls in this There i funds for Momoc county vas: to the
I region. ish J a Key TiopualAquauum
6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. and persons who have completed ( i
cue*. J l W. D. Cash, corner of Duval and I have been other hail fails in this i iI I home at 1700 Flagler avenre.Doling : their pledge may have themin 'I made at a special meeting of the". has started in cainest. uarartee that any third party

On the .urf ee'wK t has hap Eaton streets, caused considerable !I region. There have been two authenticated -!i their winter visits the either language.; '!! county commissioners held :5.JO;: .'and with' Whitehead street block-',I actually will develop.

d'ig thai the chamber of 1'I excitement in that vicinity for a','I occurances. One on ; Lees have endeared themselves. to :Many persons have completedtheir ;I o'clock yesterday afternoon and' ed off from Front street to the I I, ;Running for President i i.
pen notquit'the"kImple
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short time. Juiy 15, 1926) and again on June!: a wide circle of friends. and these enlistment m the Volunteer : a payroll decided for emplcyes -,f' quariom.'entl'anl't", the )park' leadingto'fhe' -
upon '
deputies has pisseda1 blU"rrant-1 I f }Irs Cash was seated 'on ,her,j I 12, 1932. Both ol these are recorded -I say that ninny oi the' dehgntful Work Coin. They can receive of the aquaiium is expected to"'be'an 1\ thing many peo-
i county. '
i jag women the:right"to v ,I front porch holding pocket book' in the records of the I II ; social affairs givendrin! the! season - their discharges by presenting '1 unusually attractive'spol,[r ple'iappo.eHThcn! it much more
] i I'resent within
weather bureau. at the meeting were: the' near 'future.t j
when a young colored girl appear-; ;j jI I considered their work record cards at the research I I .
all election*"'and' that it' mutt he1 J!,I ed suddenly and snatched the purse !i Before that reported as for : were without never tl,e of complete the- :i department. ;! Carl Bervaldi chairman; Commis- 'i t[ 'The street; i is! being cod'permanently to ifthan "'just' 'announcing a
approved by the senate which!'' from the holder's hand, which con-I;I i 1126* there is no other record of I I I gracious Mrs. Lee add her son, Lettering on the scrolls are in 1; 'ioners Wm. R. Porter Norbeig so that the'entrance candidacy and setting up a head-.
1 hail during the years between that i I' black while cketch i, to aquarium can be made
tamed $256.The (;. |I ied. a in green is Thompson Braxton B. Warren
however, hat thjree" times rejectedor i year and 1886. While individual! !!I :''in the background. showing two I more attractive. : quarters.
girl her and
: getaway i Before leaving: yesterday after- and Nathan
: Niles. Clerk Ross
have at times stated that they had C. !, Under the direction of the boaii-
eluded voting on. milar meas.fures. ; ran down toward \\ hiteheadftieet noon, Mrs. Lee told The Citizen worker Across the, top of the ''Sawyer Presidents are elected not directly -
I seen and felt hail, these was no scroll are the words. "Honorable and Chief Clements Jay- : tification department of the Key
with several persons taking, she would be looking forward to : by the voters but
; by -
West beautification hresidential :
Administration -
j record made because the fall 'cocks : the
i the chase and when the was Discharge from the Key West Volunteer were also in attend nco.i .
up young : an early return this to be ;
( the : year is ..ving carried on. electors. Those who aspire
not authentic for
But the "low down" on that ,! intruder leached the corner of sufficiently again with her many friends in Work Corps i After the matter of making the AI I I
bureau to recognize it &s fact. number of coconut palm trees are : to become electors must have
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I Whitehead street and Scheurei's : "dear Key West" Mr. Lee will i several< payiolls were discussedthe
feminine franchise fight i i. the As to the largest recorded in' being brought from the keys to ,; their
Lane she removed the names printed on the ballot
contents, I
lemain here for indeterminate
an THIEVES ENTERLOWE'S : board decided to be in the
i issue warrants transplanted entrance '
of these di'turbances the
tale of Stuation and threw' at' any report 'in the
a typical of the the purse in a yard time. state where they are iun
that I of Mr.\ Baker of stones ore : for five months from the park. Seagrape.; bougainvillea, and I
and old Adam and point. ii other plants being planted. to ning.: And getting names printedon
country a* as are
In the meantime Chief of Police and a quarter to one and a half: STORE : Jeneial Revenue Fund, MX months I
: I enhance the beauty of the rpot, ballots is far from
inches the j
However easy.
1 largest. DOMINION
Eve Ivan Elvvood, accompanied by Officer : are GEMS from the Fine and Forfeiture : .
and all native shrubbery will bcj State election ,
in other parts of America hail- I laws vary widely
I Joe Kemp, were on the scene I Fund and 10 months from the :
The Fiend woman is one or) DURING NIGHT used. Ralph E. Gunn, director of.
stones three inches ire diameter Some
and within & short time thereafter : :I I states are very sin"t
the most guileful in the world. have been recorded. ADD LUSTER TO II Uoad Fund. i;' beautification. said.Beautification )
they' contacted the girl, who gave.her ii i about candidates, imposing technicalities -
She may not be pretty, she;:' may name as! Ruth Rose Pla. at her ; Another question asked Th Citien --- : Hence employes will be paid for' of the Key Westj!
I Art Gallery grounds also has been that require a great deal
not have a university degree, she I home on Julia stieet The girl is hail: was forms what is not caused thoroughly hail. How un BRITISH CROWN\ CIGARETTES TO AMOUNT OF the following periods: May, June, ctarted. and there a different t':pc .j of work. .

not have traveled far-out-represented as being only' nine July, August and :September of !
may TWENTY DOLLARS REPORT. of floral design! will be utilized.Cartlen5tlue .
old.Officers. : derstood. Scientists offer the opinion : any but an establishedparty
side Fiance. But the jewel in her year 1 thrt when of 1'JJl;; from General Revenue; plants will he used inj I
Ehvoo l and Kemp recovered a rising mass air PLANS UNDER WAY TO SEND, ED TO HAVE BEEN TAKEN : of recognized! standing allt!.
the color The lawn it.JLO .
crown j is her belief that she the within : tools to the dew point, and below, J Augutt.: Sopterioer!) October, November ; scheme also
money a very experienced personnel, getting
"knows how to handle her man" few minutes after finding the it begins to form a cloud As it PRECIOUS METALS AND! FROM ESTABLISHMENT ,i J Dscember, 1933 and I Jan-t be developed. Only plants of
i 1934 from Fine bright' red< continues to ascend it cools to a ual'). and For.
girl who had her ;
That changed
fact has her the : wearing .t
kept !
apparel entirely from that tempeiature where hail is foimwl. i VARIOUS GEMS AS GIFTS .- I feiture. The entire indebtedness' anti a distinct.'green in their leaveJ' ] t.he",48, t.atCII..refluires..__""dtlelt-: :: _,
hundreds of thousands from really i will be usccT wfiiciris io Criing
worn when !she obtained the or rather hail and rain simultan- !| TO KING GEORGE With the coming ofvaim of the road fund was ordered about a delightful foreground for :i, of lawyers and a plentiful,supplyof
wanting to vote. tt'd,
i COUslv i weather thieving activities :
money. appearto
I the all-white j expense
gallery beyond. money.
Stumbling Block Higher than this it cools to a t' Clerk Sawyer stated that all
The money was founl in a pa'tc- :: be' on the increase.. The latest
I i The gallery is located in the Must Ha.. Machinery
Many French women in fact,|I hoard box in the home where it temperature where snow is formed ; 411, \.i..rd. ..rr..... : I ujoit of lobbery was received checks will be available and payable 'Caroline-Lowe house. at the .I
The ordinary hail be form- tomorrow and he will be readyto ,: corner But that id far from all. Be
consider the idea of suffrage anarfl'ont had: been secreted, and was intact may LONDON, APril 1C.-New gems t li.ua Mrs. Virgil Lowe, of Lowe's of Duval and Caroline st!eE'ts.
to their feminine tech. and within a short time after : id in the second rE'Jion. but the : won may stud the crown of Ca h Grocery on Division) street mike delivery during office I fume any effort can ,he made to

thi the officers returned the large hailstones of complex strui- with a loss of approximately $20 homs from 9 in the morning! until put a olate'or electors before the
nique.. This, plus their indifference -I ture must have been carried up king-emperor 5 o'clock! in the afternoon.I I I! t!
j to the loser. None of the employes attached BIG SPONGE SALEATDOCKSTODAY
I the royal emblem already abla/e t I voters of any state, it first mast
to anything outside their and down times from the With a full board present it was
I J Owing to. the age of the child with 2,783 diamonds, 277 pearl ',1 to the stoic nor Mrs. Lowe noticed :
be decided) what' names are to
friends, home and work (if they I no arrest wa made, although he rain region to the snow region. 17 sapphires, 11 cmeialds and anything wrong in the establi'hm dech'cd' to designate a newspaper I < appear
I forwaul and backward until they to the delinquent tax lift I on the blatc.
was strongly reprimanded by the ?nt this morning A cigarette'ralesman
has the
have it) been one of five rubies! The stones include, I
{ officers and admonished never to become too heavy to be held UI '' entered the store about and The Citizen was unanimously For an established party that is:
the Black Prince's
biggest stumbling blocks in the I ruby, worn by -
try' such a thing again! and !'herromis11 any longer I Henry V at Agmcourt. II i 10 o'clock and asked where WU 'fleeted. easy, the candidates for elector

)path of the suffragettes. ( that the would not. I It is found that a very large I Plans) under call for the stock of cigarettes. OVER THREE THOUSAND DOL-arc chosen: by state or district
The feminists point out that I proportion of destructive hail oc- way until conventions which various subdivisions .
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:, curs between 10 a, m. and '1 p, tentiona.'s called :j i LARS' WORTH ARE DIS. represented under
French women have no right to ctown colonies to send precious to the cig- are !
{ m. and a very small propoit'on'
get a lasSlott. have their own metals and gems as gifts to King aictte container, which was spell i POSED OF long-accepted: party regulations.
between 6 p. m and 8 a. m. DIES LAST NIGHT : A from scratcliiiust
bank accouiU (unless they are I I George on the occasion of hismajesty's to be depleted of its entire contents I | )party starting ::
FLORIDA VISITS silver this which Mrs Lowe estimated ) set up) all of this machinery
than jubilee
engaged another business
PYTHIAN at $20. I IFUNERAL i for itself. To do the job completely. '
their husband's) or sell their! own I HEAD spring. ; : Kuminnccnt:. of other tunes was
( In the Lose rtore light is kept it must make provision in
real estate without heir hus'oa'mds'consent. i HERE YESTERDAYNEWTON Gold ore will come from Canada / SERVICES WILL BE the scene it the Municipal Sponge:
burning throughout the night ami each township or ward for the
and Australia, platinum fl"omew Dock this morning.. While there
: WILLYISITHERE to each the cigarette contaim.rthe CONDUCTED TOMORROW proper representation of .that
Rut they say, many women art.jndiffl'rent Zealand' diamonds from South have been many days in. .seasons
thieves would have ,, small unit in the convention which
thief or to
to all that because: LEWIS DISCUSSES ;| Africa, emeralds and sapphires AFTERNOON gone by when there have been ,
: stand in the glare of the light selects the delegates to the con-
I, and diamonds
; the more from India, of
they scarcely are aware o larger C4cj5CstbepIayedj.thCb4i; .
VARIOUS VIOLATIONS ON ;1 RENO S. HARP TO PAY OFFICIAL : rubies from Burma. and : whije! } .carrying on his stealing (1)-| :' 1\ i ve&tiotHvfhich. nelect* the cxtdi)
stringent lawlI. Their trut: barHls aquamarines today which brought a total of, .,
I dates for elector "
provide for them and the households KEYS PAID CALL AT TilE I| VISIT TOMOR.I I j from. Ceylon. 1 err This tions. the fourth case of s-ic-! J: BIas: Arias, 90, di'cd. 12 o'clock $3, .fG.2t"! seemed ilfore oo .i'ul I It is true that ,"variou, third"
move along in content. Out of all this tI'Nluttit: is &" last his Wat- and ; thanMusuaLOlic ! .
home 1211
I" ceimful. ,or attempted, robbery reported night, in i party ventured havo 'neglwted to
CITIZEN OFFICE ; I ROW NIGHT !i proposed additions will be
Talk Recruits new
Bring of outstanding features
street after illness ,
ton an lastingover ,
m a period of 10 days. The j 14u any such thorojffhi j b, ichnW.! -
On the other side' of the fence I grafted on the imperial statecrown ; ' of the sale was-the fact that moi'e''
I one during which time I '
first theft ''o year .their elector slattfjtnd 4 imipaign
t"hl' of bic
va a. [
the Newton Lewis, state came warden ( which was assembled! } > total
ate hufflugettes army I under and MUMChouse. Mr. Arias was practically blind. than two thins( of' the purchases -,l leaders ', bv, bit-and-misfc'
radio the Stowers
which is growing; con i tvtentv) was a (caller at The Citizen Thei.4. will be a special meeting : (commission by Queen' Victoria -* front Funeral service will be held were made by, one local,I '
Next: the entrance made ( methods. But) it i in equally true
stronger and battling increasingly! I I office yesterday to discuss the ,I of the Knights of Pythias at the in the long; ago of 1838- into the Calleja store early Sun tomorrow afternoon 5 o'clock firm. Of the total of $3.3.6,2N. that no third party en sketchily

harder :ML-mbers of some of the'. continualviolations of the game I Cattle; Hall. 728 Fleming street, the year after her accession to from I'ritchard's Funeral Home the company in question purchased -i base
1 organized to first
Yesterday afternoon ever
most; aristocratic families in! laws hich are reported as being I I j at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, the throne. i t day morning; colored girl chapel, on Division street. Rev. to the amount of $2.- All sorts 0: rivalries vviflun thq

France are leading the movement i committed! in Monroe countyMr ': which will be foi the purpose of The new jewels if the plan a young. rtole a pockctbook purse.snitcher. con-- James S. Day, of the First Baptist: 410.17. states! have led tn the most damaging -

thousands of professional wo:urn : Lewis aid that state authorities receiving Reno S. Harp supreme works out, will join the dazzling; Church will officiate. I With but a few exceptions. all
taming $23;<5 fiom Mrs W, I). kind of quarrels over .procedure
have joined) the fray, along; with i are determined to put a chancellor who will pay his offi- company of the Stuart sapphire Mr. Arias was a native oi Spain of the lots offered were of irooJ' whenever
I ) part'tventure
theft of new
Cash!' and last night the a
clerks, stenographers and some I stop to these violations, and there i I cial visit to the lodge. from the crown of Charles II. the the cigarettes at the Lowe store and came to Key West 83; years! grade wool, and in good' condition organized itself by them

housewives.Neaily i will be no let up in the prosecution :i I This will ue the first visit of pearl eardrops of Queen Eliza: ago. For that period he was a making an attractive display. The arbitrary methods.

every' canvass of women I of those found guilty ,' the heed of the order to this section ., beth, and the second largest piece citizen of Key West. { largest lot offered. consisted of,

'"' bungs more votes in f"'oJ'1IIf Three men. Lain Dobbs. Julio! ; of the t'ate and elaborate of the famous Star of Africa SURVEY PLANTSIN lie is survived by the widow,' 224 bunches which was bought by Lcft.WJng Party

feminine franchise and many Cruz and Guiro Diaz, were arraigned : preparations are being made for diamond Josephine Arias; three daughters another local firm. The price(:' This part of the difficulty laj

men of political Prominence are before Peace justice Rogehofiomez i.his entertainment ,I l' The imperial state crown, regarded : Mrs. Charles E. Dl'xterJrs.. paid was $785.VARIOUS. j.' j particularly! interesting as respects -

lining up m its favor. I' :'vesterdav, charged with Members of the committee oni as the most beautiful and, NAVY YARD Mervin\ Sterling and M''s. Peter' 193C.

h____ trapping! a raccoon out of season. i i arrangements are Morris Cochran valuable in the world, is one of, ,, A. Knight. Two sons', William'and Most of the talk plays with the

The offenders were released on ; Merrill F. Sands, U. B. Bethel J. the king's three crowns-the .-- Laomi Arias 13 grandchildren -' TURTLE possibility that the extreme left

PLANE BRINGS IN their own recognizance to appearat '! Winfield Russell. C C. Sy'monette, other two being the sacred crown. SUPERVISED BY BEAUTIFICATION -' and eight great-grandchil-' \\ingers-the Huey Long:, -Father

next term of criminal court .i| J, Frazier Pinder and Everett R. of Edward the Confessor and the, dren. NOW IN CRAWLS Coughhn--Dr. Townsend-Upton

Commenting on this case, Mr UNIT OF | Sinclair followers-will make PI'
imperial KEY
FIVE PASSENGERS Rivas. crown of India. which has: WESTADMINISTRATION | All of the family reside ,in Key( I
I Lewis 'aid that the raccoon i< a All members and visiting members been used only once, at the Delhi West except Mrs. Sterling who : I, the bone and! sinew of next year's ..

-- fur-bearing animal and it is for- ': are requested to be in attendance :; durbar of lOlt; at Tavernier and arrived resides SPECIMENS ARE VIEWED third-party movement if there \it
I i by
bit.lelto! capture them exce-pt'
I at the meeting tomorrow t
There were five passenger arriving -i i within date as specified in the :I i I night, during which time the su- MINE STRIKERS PAY '-i\. \ ; rail this morning. i DAILY BY VISITORS AR. I i i How will they be organize.?

un the plane! from :Miami state game laws :i i preme chancellor will address the i A survey of *U.plants: 'in thei I RIVING HERE I Who! will lead in each state And

this momimg as follows. : J, Law-I order. I I COSTS OF IDLENESS i naval Station'grounds -here was JDELEGATES LEAVE after a leader is chosen how many

rence Gutierrez, Betty :Maloney f darted yesterday morning by theI One of the first things tourists !' can be depended on to follow him
Joseph Femberg Ida Femberg; I .11.I..r" Press. i I beautification department of the as a rule, want to see upon arming -Senator Long; has been announcing .

Vrns Femberg, SPECIAL .MEETING I A AMMANFORD. England. April I Key West Administration. FOR GRAND LODGE I in Key West is the display of -i his presidential candidacy reg-

All of the passengers had secured -I I 133 PASSENGERS KNIGHTS OY PYTHIASCastle ,,16.-.Each of 745 miners who! Ralrh E. Gunn. landscape arch-I turtles in the crawls of the Thompson ularly for some time now. but not

return trip transportation: I went on strike for nine weeksI itect. started the survey and aft- Fish Company.. ;t one of the other outstanding-

and constitute the passenger list: I Hall-728 Fleming St. I from the Emlyn anthracite collieries tel' all plants: have been noted and f Hollon Bervaldi. District Deputy Recently many visitors have wing! figures has endorsed, him.

returning this afternoon I Steamship Cuba of the P and 8 P. M. Wednesday April 17. here last year must pay catalogued, markers will be placed -1. Grand Master of the Masonic been disappointed because the Of course these obstacles cannot .

I 0. S. S. company, arrived jester- 1935. Former members invited ( damages of approximately $7 before on" them for the edification of orders in this district, left yesterday supply was depleted However,.:: be regarded as decisive Many

I day afternoon from Havana with to attend.SUPREME I! he can return to work.. the tourist visiting the grounds it I j afternoon to attend the' there are plenty f the animals in ,i pohUcitng>> are fully convinced

Truck Arrives Tonight 71 first. class passengers, 17 secI CHANCELLOR The $5,215 was assessed:: by :a; was said. j j f meeting of the Grand Lodge in I. the crawls today. :, that in spite of the difficulties

With large variety of FRESH I I ond eta 3 for Key West; 39 first ]I II. I court after the colliery company,1 t Wooden markers will be used in:: Jacksonville. I I The Schooner Angelina C.''Noon- ;, 1936 will see some sort of a third-

FRUITS and VEGETABLES 1 class and six second class pas- RENO S. HARPwill had claimed damages which they! the naval station although copperplates Fernando Camus, member of an arrived in port yesterday with party foray. But they know ,that)

I .I. -enzers for Tampa. be pree.it aid represented the cost of main-'I are to I>e used later in designating Anchor Lodge 182 left in com 150 head and the Schooner Lydia 'I no such effort really can get under

Lowe's Cash Grocery I I The vessel tailed at 6:30 o'clock I, Also other distinguished, taming their plant during! the: other plants on the island.I pany with Mr. Bervaldi. to attend r Williams came jn with: an addition way until there has been a

1117 Division St. Phone 675 for Tampa with 51 passengers and J visitor j I strike. The miners struck without:I Both the common and botanical delegate from the organization to the stock later in the',eve-1, lot of spade-work. of a kind, none
.. I freight. notice. I names will be placed on the labels.' i IUDe'a i If yet attempting.

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Oijc. tit L ci m J'; I AMERICA MUST CHOOSE ] 1 VIEWS andREVIEWS' I dense without-new, capital capital will not invested venture,business end-

![L TODAY'S WEATHERTemperatures ) KEY WEST IN I will not etfpand."
Published Dally Except Bandar By The day is fast approaching,when the '
1. I". AitTMA,1'reelde.bFrom great masses of Americans: speaking Democlito Piret, Brazilian, who
The Citizen Building I i WEATHER CONDITIONS. I I Happening Here Just tO Years:: WHAT TUCV iy WWTHTD OKJHT 00 W9O"C I has had tea wives In 30 years:
Corner Greene and Ann Street through elected public officials, must Highest . . .............. ........__..77i I )t Ago Today At Take.From? "I enjoy married life immense!
4-- make an important choice. Two questions i: Lowest ... ... .. .....' .<58 The western disturbance,"has I II I I The Files Of The Citizen Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of I I ly."

'.1Jy Dally Newspaper In Key Weal,and Monroe await be decided follows Mean ... '.. _.... .. .............. .... 721 j I I moved eastward to the North At1 I :; Agricultui(:
County. as : I I' Normal Mean ... ,...... ...........76 1 ]lantic States. Boston, Mass., 29.34 I i II I I II I I| "Bread is a fundamental food. I I Frances Perkins, of Labor
"Will we seek a return of prosperityand the ; of the'I 1 We against the Secretary
West. Florida. .s second class matterI'IFTY'snTII RainfallYesterday's inches causing gales on .At-I I. L. Chandler, secretary are taking steps
Entered: at Key I
the return of millions to private em- .0 Irs.!j. ]antic coast last night from j ji I I I association opposed to the divisionof !1 possibility of another drought. I I :
Precipitation "In there is
: YEAR every quarter assent -
Hatteras northward and rain or Dade and other residents I i
county, -
.. ployment through the stimulation of business .05 Ins.'Ihir .|j that must build the
Normal Precipitation we
..._ up
Member .1 the AwteeUle1 snow during the last 24 hours I I of that' county, arrived in Michael Pupin. physicist _ ..Li Associated Press is exclusively entitled to user by following sound principles?" or i at rreurd* oVIc.ck rawer tai 24-b worn.ur periodrnilinx **. from the Lake region eastward Key West this morpJng/o: ,discuss!; ventor, who died, recently: j i i. level of income and wages" for
. tit all news dispatch credited to i I.I fanners and earners.
U or putiicatlon not otherwise credited In this paper and all "Will we continue to delay recovery while I I Tomorrows Almaoac <. over the north and middle AtlanI i with, leaders here the proposal of "The foul of man is the highest -I I wage

tin I local news published hero. using the depression to push through social i Sun rises _..- 6:03 a. m.I i|tic States. The western high pressure :I some resident of the Redlands di.- product of God's creative i I II II' Subscribe to The Citizen.
I Sun sets 6:50 !>. m.} area has weakened and expends .', trict to establish another county handiwork." I IJ
CCITORIAL) reforms which may or may not aid the Moon rises .... ........... 6:00: p. m.I from the upper Mississippi : out of the south part of Dade J I --- i

)))1NATlONAl I country over a period of years?" Moon sets ........_...... ,. 5:00: a. m.i i Valley and Lake Superior region I II : county and the Cape Sable sectionof : Harry F. Byrd, U. S. Senator from i
.. 1935stnscniiTiov There is a widespread agreement to Tomorrows Tides i I southward to the middle Gulf i :Monroe county. The association.'which Virginia: II
---- lUTES A.M. P.M. coast this morning, Duluth, Minn., Mr. Chandler represents hasa "Recovery must be founded on DOWNCDES

yn* Tear . .... ..._......__$10.0. day among those who study trade trends High ._.-...........-- 7:19 7:45 130.20 inches; while another! disturbance -' committee in Tallahassee to fight confidence, for without confi-, -
fisIontha i : . .01 that recovery is ours for the taking. Busi- Low.... ......_....... 1:13 1:17 has moved into the any movement designed: to pas a I I
...__ 2.51 I
Month -- I
:Three -- -- -
,,. .11I Barometer tt 8 a. m. today: Rocky Mountain region from the measure proposing to form Red-!
One Month ness barometers point upward. But while I I II I Mr?. Paul Roselle reporter! ; Mrs I THE PRICE OF
Weekly z> Sea level :30.00. Pacific coast. Denver. Col., 29.58 lands county.
ADVERTISING: lUTES business seeks to push ahead it finds arti I I finches, and rains have occurred I II ,: -, i Marian. Fleitas, honorary president. -i iI SHAVING: COMFORT
i i
Made known on application ficial obstacles; in the way. Muddleheaded Lowest Jlighe't i!']I jrince yesterday morning in northern I Mayor Frank 11. Ladd and several -
bl'RCIA4 NOTICE StationLast Night Yesterday California and Oregon. Temperatures -i
Oversea e
legislation is pressed in Congress other members of
r>All.:.**reading!. i.....uary; notices notices, cards, etc.of, will thanks be charged resolutions for at of Abilene ............ 52 1i8 l have risen in the Rocky Highway Association left yesterday i Editorial Comment: "Toto" If
_i rats of to rents a line. legislation which even its sponsors do not Atlanta. _........... 40 72 Mcuntain and Plains States. and .I for Jacksonville to attenda dl"ad-thl" faithful, affectionate
',>'l 1.-;. lor entertainment by churcnts from whisk contend is immediately to aid . fiO Ii I from the i t dog which has been the almost inseparable -
I r rtii 11* Iii tu l>0: derived are fi cents a line. necessary Boston .._....... 38 have fallen decidedly meeting of the Atlantic Coastal
ll. Clilirn Is *u open forum and Invites discus- recovery. They merely think that now is Buffalo ........... 22 50 IOhio Valley and extreme eastern Highway Association which convenes -1 companion for 11 years
II..., of pi Mlu Iusuos and subjects of local or general _...... 52 7" I Lake region southward over North : : of Colonel Peter O. Knight. ColnI +# 4 t.i
etr. reel but It will not publish anonymous communl the time to their theories Charleston today. Key West will be eS
11&:I-n.. get through. Organized Chicago ............ 21i 30 Carolina and northern Georgia. well represented at the conventionand { nel Knight; feels a sense of per-!11
------- .-..- -- minorities make arbitrary demands ltnvt'r .._... ....... 51i Ii IiIhtrvit. with readings considerably below I it is practically assured that i Fonal loss that is well nigh: t t '

without thought of the effects upon ) ........... 20 32 freezing routhward over western I Key West will obtain\ results from colable. A good: dog can so .int'l'Il-1 ,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Galveston ........_. I IiH 1'i' ;, V'iiginia. Temperatures are below which will be of great : itself in one's heart strings a-t to t i
other sections of the country. They give the meeting
... ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Havana .---........ fil>> : normal this morning: in most sec- I I assistance in the construction of become a part of one's life-ln.l'l'/ .
,*. Congress the jitters and these shakes are lluron .-- __._-__.__.. 21i :IN I lions from the :Mississippi\ Valley the keys to, the i it was that way with ColonelKnight : /-
. .. .. . the highway over
-- quickly communicated to the country, Jacksonville ...,.. 58 80 I i eastward. | mainland.The t: and to"-Tllmp.\ Tii- PRABAK L
.,,_. ::2: li2 i i G. S. KENNEDY, bune. ,
1.Vatt>r and Sewerage. ,. with i a resultant slowing down of busi Kansas City I JUNIOR ,
KEY WEST 68 77 i t Official i i in Charge. ] -
11'--2.1 firtege# to"" conijAeWt'Ifo&l-to! Mainland -' ness. Little Rock: .. .. ..11>> li2 recent purchase of the There were six carloads. of D te-
.. .1.1i large tract of land at the.eastern II
.e..e..ee.ee.eeee. e.Today's | apples arriving: here last(night: on
.',i 1)1 .v'r'' : : The veterans ask for their bonus. Log Angeles! 51 1 fiX i island of Key West by qaa'; LM AEG US.PAT.crF(
end of the
,. The agedask Jor the Townsend bill. The Louisville __..--___. :0) H !:i the ferryboat from Havana:They a. r QfNER-PATENTS PENOINC- it
i Malcolm Meacham will have an'
3. Free 1'prttyn Unloaded and transferred to
; _.. 58 71i were
I ' Huey Long followers want to share the :Miami ..-..-..- 3::4 I exhilarating effect on the realty j refrigerator car for shipment: Prabak Junior fits all
22 .
4. Hotels and Apartments. '.d( Minneapolis\ ; Anniversaries .1.1I I markt in this city, is the expressed j north. G///Q//C/ d Prvbak razors
wealth. A few labor leaders want powerto New Orleans G2 78li ,
5. Bathing Pavilion.C. unionize all New York .. .. .. ::12 ;/) ; .......e.e..e.oc.ao.oe. opinion of many realty operators .
workers and collect dues. i" echoed ----- ----- --- --
this is by
here and opinion
Airports-Land and Sea. Pen'acola .......... 5-1 72 1.VIM: : -William the Silent who !I l t'' -
Another group wants a legislated :iO-hour I others in other parts of the state
__., r
.. 2St.
7. Consolidation of County and City Pittsburgh 22 freed! the Dutch from the yoke of i iI' I! Associated with Mr. Meachain in
work week for industrial workers. These Louis ..,.._. 32 45Salt Spain, horn Died July 10, 1581. this $500,000 purchase are An.
demands come from outside. From inside Lake City. li2 fi2I i I
Jr.. Walter
Drexel Biddle.
J. Your
I Seattle .... ..... 42 fiO I' thony OpportunityNow
the Administration comes further demandsfor : Tampa ... ftl 7-1 1741-Charles W. Peale, famed J. Hill and Vincent, Mul- '.

social reforms-unemployment insurance ... Philadelphia portrait painter sol ford. Mr. Hill is .one of the outstanding
Uncle Sam Ls a "good neighbor, all Washington! 30) IiWili.n
flier of the Revolution: and nat- architects in St. Paul
his neighbors to elimination of holding companies, . ... :2 46 is the time to modernize home and
right-never expecting I uralist. father of noted! artist! I and! recently concluded the.Hotel your

}pay back what they have borrowed. and the like.It WEATHER FORECAST horn in Queen Anne Co., Mt. Died. Olympia. to make :such improvements your property as maybe

L, unfortunate that Congress had r i 1 Feb. 22. 1827. I needful or desirable before costs:'\ advance too

Children should be encouraged to to meet at this time and face these clamorous (Till 8 i p. m., Wednesday) I( j To the Convent Alumnae the i much.
Key West and Vicinity: Fair i7Rr-Sir John Franklin. colcbratcd I cautiful} rpirit of F..asteret'ms! !!
participate all athletic undertakings. It demands, any one of which might well tonight and Wednesday, ; little English: Arctic explorer. ,1.11 to )linger: a day longer: with it"l j i
i.s rightfully a part of their proper de- halt the march toward recovery. I I born. Perished in the Arctic, June benedictions of peace and gladness See us about the U. S. Government plan on

velopment. The answer is: that the sooner Con- fOCZ ill, ]1847. for each year on Easter long term modernization loans.
I MOH !1.i 1. .__ Monday it. members joyously dun
gress enacts necessary legislation-measures @
j 1838-Ernest Solvay. Belgian their Easter frocks and bonnets Enjoy the benefits while you pay.
"Stone urges, that Key West be made designed strictly to speed recovery I j. ,' I roda manufacturer and philan- end gladly: wend their way bad i iI
and departs homeward the the .f'. | thropist. horn. Hied May :26./ to Alma Mater to hold their .innj.il '
sooner \
noiseless city'ame as Rome, headline in j ((1 I
Key West Citizen. And all the time we idle will be reeni.ployed. r ':,\'\1.'J,Jl.t'i ] I 1922. -- lanquet: reunion this year and banquet.was presided The The First National: Bank ot Key West

thought the loss of things that create i J. Z } I I 4-Anatole France, French over by. President Mrs. Maria\

noise was what brought about its enervation POLL TAX LEGISLATIONLast : |. author, born. Died Oct. 12, 1924. Fleitas. The following officer! Member of ,the Federal Reserve
.i6.Fair I were elected for the year: Mrs.
.Bradenton Herald. j 1R5C-Albert B. Dick, Chicago Lopez Johnson president; MIST Member of the Federal. Deposit.Insurance Corp.
week Representatives Papy of | Emma
; mimograph inventor end manufacturer Curry, vice president; Mrs I
After the days of the dole are over, this county and Glenn C. Mincer of Dade change in temperature; gentle: to I born in Bureau Co., 111. Stephen Lowe treasurer; Mrs.\ l E. I YOUR BANK

some enterprising writer will make a for- introduced a bill in the House eliminating. moderate northerly winds. I I Died Aug. 15, 1934.18671Pilbor J. Bayly, secretary; Miss Sarah :
Florida: Fair slightly colder in Curry corresponding secretary; I
issuing book that will enumerate the payment of poll taxes as a requisite for
tune a north and central portions tonight; Wright cofounder 1- .' _-_ -_...............- .. -......,
some of the tricks of the chiselers. One of voting in county as well as city elections.This Wednesday fair, somewhat warmer with his brother, Orville I -- "

the latest reports is that federal relief bill should be made into law, for the in northwest portion. of the modern airplane born near
Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Millville, Ind. Died at Dayton, I. a..Ceeeeee.eSe..eee..e..e..e..e.. .e..ee.e..e..a.e....aeee..
checks were used at the Hialeah race payment of poll taxes by candidates for .' ,
Moderate northwest winds and 0., May 29. 1912. .
track. elective offices, has been a blot on the weather partly overcast tonightand eI

fairness of elections, corrupting both white Wednesday.East 1871-John M. Syn ,e, famed i

Adoption of the sales tax means 1 the and black, thus making the elections a Gulf: Moderate north and Irish dramatist born. Died March J Clean :
I I northeast winds 24, 1909. Up-Paint Up
imposition of an additional $7,000,000 in farce. It developed that an upright citizen . .. . :
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taxes on the taxpayers of Florida, less would cast his vote, only to have it negatedby I I -

whatever relief may be afforded throughthe I a corrupt voter. The system nullifieda ( IIII.lII.I.I.lIAYIII.6
repeal of the state ad valorem tax on fair election and those candidates with Fix UpIn j

real estate and the homestead exemption. I the most boodle had the best chance to be i

Instead of decreased taxation or even a elected. Although it is generally known Just.T.h. : :
& reeMonthsLeft I The' .
flatus quo, the taxpayer must go further that the practice is illegal, nothing has .; ..

down his jeans. There is one consolation, ever been done to put a stop to this t : e

though of doubtful nature, some day the crookedness, possibly because nearly all % i

pocket will 'be empty.' Then the laugh I iou is the candidates were guilty or at least had Better-Housing. Program' ,

+ the politician.. guilty knowledge of the illegal custom. ,. .,
.f I I
With the exception of those voters t

In an Associated Press dispatch, Secretary who are susceptible to the lure of having in which ,to: take.advantage Give Your' PropettyII':II'

]ekes i is credited with the statement their poll taxes paid the decent voters and of our liberal offer on"LlFTOP" r

that no'part of the sooooooooo; the candidates i for public office trust that .

allotted by Congress to aid in the nation's the legislature will enact the PapyMincerbill : v* '
i A New Deal
recovery will be used for the construction into law, thereby purging the elec- I ; :

of the bridge. over the two water gaps between torate of a reprehensible habit, removinga c .

"l"YYe8t and the mainland. As despicable political campaign feature, tw b: :' :

}Ins: reason the secretary states the project and validating the future elections in the .
( : :. :
Refrigerators. -
would not pay out. This is debatable even state: of Florida. . -
: @): :
by a layman. Ht.-: ides competent investigators JI

who have made a study of this particular MORE MONEY FOR HOMES Over one hundred of.;..' I. :. =.
inject have stated emphaticallythat our customers!have alreadY rs t\+ .S''
& would .be self-liquidating. It s seems The bond issuing authority of the I to' i'

thai even a person with an impaired) visioncan Home Owners Loan Corporation to aid taken advantage I: : Arrange.a loan: at your bank under theFederal, : '

"(M' that in time the plan would "pay distressed owners of homes has:" been of this attractive offer. : : '

out" : creased by $1,750,000,000 through an in-I ;);f. h:I E' Housing: Act on. easy monthly; terms' : ..:

of Congress. $ 00 : : :. :
I .( 1 1S t .
To the accusation: that the merchants: Originally this measure had been de- : i : : -f t i :

of Key West are not advertising-conscious, signed to assist thousands of home owners .. :s)'. ..
their reply is that if there were but one who were in danger of having heir i.s rTriROWS ; Don't Wait For Materials -\

}paper in Key Wet most of them would advertise mortgages foreclosed or whose houses :, :. :

but since there are three papers-a .. needed repairs. i down and $1.00 MITHBfOOD. crass.! S To Advance In Price \
: 2qts. milt. Z "pc.t. :, ; '
daily and two 't.'eklit.'s-thej. will advertise For this plan, one.of the administra \.. 1 do. east ..l !b. butet S ; .
untilJuly 2:tkucfiecs* 2 caoi irul
month .: .
extensively in none because they do I tion's preferential aids to recovery, $3- 4 per JYICt.1 1 bottle cbcriw bottle catsup Iba.bacco II I

110t wish to lay themselves open to criticism I 000,000,000() had been awarded, but it was "- I first t lettuce .i.Ib 1 *b.. cucumber If bead *, \ .. ..
.. .. I .
2 Ib .1 buacU
or ill-will by the other two. This does: not found inadequate to take care of all the celery m&Iuca e ;2 rape 'Clllle; .
_.. I, "Your home U worthy of the best"I !
1. t,duzea oeaage. : :
appear a legitimate, excuse to The Citizen, would-be borrowers, so nearly $2,000-() I \ See. us regarding this. 1l..yaltlrnuat..: 1Ib... t.t' ..: I
. lf> 2 lft-o co a
rather a Jame apology to avoid advertising, 000,000 was added. | I "W"t'.t >a1.auz boll!. i '

at least in most cases. If the merchant: This new money not only opens the I !\v trial plan .t,quHHitmnLuni.e.Oes-2lb.z; of jest l2o j,.. I'II .* South; Florida Contracting': &, fiigweering Co. |i.|

do not wish to advertise in the three way for loans to those who failed in se- : '

)papers, let them advertise their goods in curing'aid from the first allocation, but The Key-West Electric Cof11'II.I'I.I.lILLI'.II.lI'.I' :. P17 on .598. Wl 'ta'asd, Eliza:Strati. ? |
I ill
the paper of their choice. The Citizen i i3 also to those who will make applications ..
willing to :submit this proposition on its for loans within sixty day after enactmentof 1 I .........*.*...*.....................................................

merits. the amended law. i 1 .I.1.1I.1I.1IL: .

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( ( -. -a standout tkis) year/There's a fellow : .

I I fjHtEOt: t RICHESamtt : ; named Hal Trosky who plays : DOINGS.AROUND
t first base. How he can hit! Trosky, ''I .GOLR LINKS

\ Averill, Pitlak, Joe Vosmik and
- -
i young Knickerbocker form a pow- 1
Jo_. 'M u By
a erttou.se that Detroit can't I. )
f*. csteA'.e/<.. Coward,.' &....
fca routed AU Aims slight unsteadiness seemed perfectly : y
and match'j
They'll those .aaaaaaa.aa-----------------------------------..
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frlende wally; i" fA4tcPI 10 I sober- I - - - - ------------ .
marry, Aim pjf lan* Northrup, There's Mel Harder( who
tkt rickeit girl in town tit fovea "Your grandmother was a gentle.. 1 star with the All-Stars last 1 i iII |I Last Saturday a I just j a, practice_ round for. all the,
be year; '' posed of Lionel
Lttlit Harris whose fattier oc- woman said with
oell.lo.all" get very drunk. James more dignity t Monte Pearson, Wilis Hudlin. Oral I I'I foursome.ef'm.1 I boys for the next dinner which will
than Leslie- had believed -' Malone on the,,one
possible. mf, -
and Leslie arc o (A* verge of i ,,
Hildebrand [ be held.
II Albert Milnar on. Thursday '
April 25th.
"She Lloyd Pittman ,
aelttng tkinat Hraio\tced out f. has been In her grave_many .. I I and
i/r.night Harrit tf .10m arrive,.' big very varty.wAe.drunk and years and it seems best under the -- '- -- ----- -- ---- Brown and Thorton Lee, the last I+I the other, decided that each could I I i Several of the boys are out of

very fnttiffdio, He i. led away ty circumstances to leave her there In .OOOOOOOOOOOa.e0.0000000000.00000000ee000000000000000000000.100000000a.00. :, three" are left handers who will.!! play better" golf if he had had another I town, at, present and. getting in

LeiH& peace. :She:) was a proud woman and help. i and different partner. Del''I
suffered a gnat deal before she died. THE WORLD' SERIES OF 1935By I Present indications are that that as it may, old Li Plummer i some good rounds on the Braden.I *

Chapter 20 1 must ask you In all kindness never I I Trosky i i will be at first. Berger at I tried to get in some. of the shots j[I I ton course.

OPEN BREAK to mention her to me again. It brings t{ second Kamm or Hale at third like he makes when he takes all _
back many memories 1 have spent a, I I I and Knickerbocker at short, Vos : Let
afternoon us hope that the workmenwill
JOVE and practices but all to
came Aunt Sarah, (By ) :
THERE calling lifetime trying!: to forget""I'm i. I mik. Averill and Campbell will be !
.1.-him. again, and Jane headed sorry laid : ..............._. :..._._.___.___ - - - ._.....____._.___..__._ _.._._._._ ._ ._ _ ._ in the no avail. When the score was soon get that bunker and trap
Leslie gently, ------------ ------------ -- ---- ... .. gardens. Detroit will be I II j
Itralbl.tor him. A moment more "111 I counted up at.the end of the game in front of number nine fixed be.
never speak of her after weak in
tonfebt. the box. At
I Herald Tribune, adds, "they Baumgartnei of the first glance I it
Philadelphia found Tim
was that and Pirate
and he would be caught.. But Mother told me once she thought '1------------------------ i( I there be fore the next match. Otherwise
seems to weak
I nothing I I
aren't the whole staff. Wil.l Bill Inquirer had beat the off Bill and Li.
once a grand big league sox
Abruptly be dodged behind.a big you had named. me for her. Is that I about Schoolboy Rowe, Bridges lot of argument will result. Some
lilac.bush and Into true?" teams are Hallahan still fool those! pitcher, Plenty good shots were made buta
disappeared the I can now an equally grand I Crowder, Sorrell, Auker and Iar.i certain will hit in and want to move their

night Alone until almost morning "Yes. I going to finish. The dope comes hitters, pretty good and Bill: sports writer thinks that the acquisition berry, and Harry Salsinger of the lot sparrow told me that a ball on account of a bad lie and
James waited In th.. woods. Who: "Am 1 like jler7.Am I at all like I of time was used in hunting
her?" persisted I from the sports writers of the Walker, Bud Tinni are three very! of Bartell will mean the Detroit Free Press thinks if Coch- golf balls knocked into the woods others will object just, as much
took Jane.home be neither knew nor, Leslie.
Ed. j pennant for the Giants. "Bartelli rane catches 140 Detroit to any moving of said ball, but
country- Bang Richard Vid- games
"In cute ball toss-ers. Manager Frankie by a. certain foursome.
'cared. And his aunt, warned by some you.. l and social gifts,yes. j ,
I I ] i i will give the Giants added batting will romp home. A year ago the the. rules say that everything under
In the team. No
.rareJntoltlon. never raenUoned his your lack ot pride no. It has occurred I epitomizes !
strength," he "Then I heard Tigers lacked a southpaw starting repair it not a natural hazard.
absence to JUm. to me occasionally that yon slashing dai&y-cutter too hot for says Now the next day it seems that
I I inson. Ken Smith Sid Mereer. and I that Paul Dean has a sore arm pitcher, and now they have three. !! But when you are.moving_a hiRor
James sent Leslie a great box of I were rather lacking( In proper pride. Frisch to go after. No pop fly is }|: Li was playing so rotten the day
wLile; .rose*,next morning and went Aside from .that_. ." I other Here 'tis; too deep for him to run for.i I that isn't coming around any too i I I Greenberg and! Owen were inexperienced -I before that William Wesley Watkins filling a hole is. it under repair?
He suddenly I well That will hurt the Cards so was Fox and JoJo I Next we would like to see that
Sportsman's Park is
that afternoon to see her. stopped struck by jammedand Frisch has the mental eilege on I : i Esq.. says to Russell Kerr,
lie what he. was saying and shrugged I the crowd is rootless!'\ and!i, every pitcher in the league, for 1 i and help the Giants. .I' White. Now they've had one year I i "You take LI and I'll take Mor middle bunker on number seven

said that saw LeaUe instead was Mrs.out and Harris Insisted, who his shoulders In a half Gallic, half tense and is oblivious to the burng -|i: while many of them arc frankly+j All)) in all, it looks as though the under fire. But still the writer gan." But as usual, old Li crossed
nervously upon apologizing her futile. gesture. sun. which pours its rays down I I: afraid of him he feels that they'reall I Giants: were the ones to beat but .1 strings along with Cleveland up the opposition and Li andKerr be Jake.LOPEZ .

husband's behavior the evening be "God knows you haven't much to unmercifully. Infield practice i is cousins The Cardinals this|I the writer don't seem too enthus Now consider the New York mopped up with Willie- and

tote-to James' profound and acute be proud ot: he said mournfully and done with there is a Might pause year will come close to pre.entingsix II iastic over Terry's pitching staff. i! Yankee Dan Daniels, veteran : Morgan And Li shoots one,of the DOWNS:
broke down and cried. Leslie had to, I Fitzsimmons be'er Scripps-lloward{ baseball)) writer ;
embarrassment. and then as though it had been 300 hitters in their regular can ), very i' be't 1 games of his career. ,It must
call her mother finally and between waiting for this opportunity for a good-but he can be so unlucky.Hal I and one of the keenest of them be that unless Li give off
lineup. Jim Collins at first hit can a
James Leslie'ealledan wasout?ttw next.bitt cdar and, when the ,them But they before got she him slept to bed.that night year, the crowd lets out a joyousroar 333 last season; Fri. ch at secondslapped I Schumacher seems due for I I all thinks the Yanks will finish i lot of hot air he can't play. Oni ATHLETIC, TEN

nexL>Wheot h9. ''happened' t?, meet Leslie, vowed that she too would be as Dizzy Dean walks to thepitcher's the ball at a 305; dip 1 another good 'ear-Iast season he second. Bill Coruni. New York i i Saturday he was overawed by the I
box. The heat-laden air won 23 Allan Stout should i I i Journal snorts! columnist! likes i iI I II --
games !! the this
of of
: Mayor
hencasua'lft.Jt Ee kbr two later be A 4entlewoman: that she too wouldacquire Pepper Martin hit :288 and a good presence
( I is charged with excitement and help a lot but in the final analysisit i I them to win. "It all depends( on and could off
foubcTa different Leslie City not
ntlre ,, a ,a proper pride; She ,, would I bet would! be that he'l[ raise i that get some DIAMONDBALL GAME- LAST'
proud,' cold,, aiqot::Vt,tLLeflle''1.be diet oh. she would die a thousand now Dizzy Dt'an.tosses. a few into by twelve points this season': ; De depends upon Hubbell and Red Rolfe. Corum says. "Last : of..hii: bum jokes but l iwith Willie

found, It impossible to reason wit times before she, would let, Miss the big mitt which Mill DeLancey Lancey behind the platq ,hit. Slfi; Parmelee. Lack of pitching will'i; season he looked just a year away. along, who does love :'t& hear Li EVENING RESULTS IN

or com eb bA \0'.11' \. *>i Sarah Stimson say. she was running .' :olds up as a target. Joe Medwiek in the outfietd hit a kerp Pitt'-burjr! and Chicago from !I! If he's ready this year he'll make'I[ talk especially when Willie is try

At first.he, ,tlgdtleddesperatelyand :' | : i after James..' ? They are all familiar faces out half dozen opposing players and doing anything: "The Pirates needed ,;i.1 the team a tough contender Lou 1 4 I trig to make'that:; run-up shot why SCORE OF4.1

probably would have been Let James marry Jane NorthrupIt there. There is Frisch, plucking i ia .319; Ernie Orsatti batted .299 only pitchers," says Mark Kelly !! Gebrig, we do not have to talk :l then .old'Li can pour forth. How f '

trying yet It his self-confldence bad he wanted to. She would show few blades of grass from the in.i. and it isn't hard to stretch a point of the Los Angeles Examiner. :! about him and the pitcing staff j i[ ever, Li admits that'.he just is a '

not suddenly forsaken him and a Miss\ Sarah, she would show James. .l field. There is Leo Durocher and call him a 300 hitter. The "They got Bush and Weaver from j I| looks good." There is the goofy I better player than any of the six I (By JOVE;)

sick gnawing doubt not whispered to she would show New Concord! I|: shouting shrill encouragement to Cards expect great things from the Cubs. The>'ll be hard to i i i I one. Vernon Gomez and he is sucha I i other guys: he played the last.two The Lopez ten defeated the

him that perhaps after all. Leslie James would have. to sue on his i!. Dean. There i is-but the Umpire j Rookie Terry Moore, who hit 328 ftop." "I pick the Dodgers to ;. good! pitcher! Oh. very goodj! I days. Those same six guys are lay 1 Athletics last' night at the. Bay*

never bad cared for him in the least, knees and his aunt with him before I Bill Klem calls: "Play Ball!" and with columbus !last Moore finish sixth" says Murray Robin-I j I. There is Charlie Red Ruffing.I|: ing for Li with a couple of,spoilt view Park field. The final score

bad indeed rather welcomed a she would take him back. I INEVER Willie Kamm walks to the pate! I I has chance season in son of the Newark Star Johnny AlIen John Murphy, Bor- I tomatoes, rotten eggs and a. few was 4 to 1..
chance to break off with him. a good bieakinginto I aca (fall ready for stardom Walter The A' had a bad spell and r
(: swinging two bats. He throws one may not finish at all. They may ). | bouquets of razzberries.The .
had New Concord been EO I the regular lineup. Durorherwon't I Brown Jimmie With li.-t the in_ the fourth when
Sam Fletcher still went there and 1 away and crouches, looking at all die laughing at Casey Stengel's Deshong. game ,
hit 300 but he'll win
Bud and Jack and half a dozen gay as during that summer. Dean out of calm, unworried eyes..1 I many jokes." Leonard and Babich are J i i I the exception of Gomez and Ruf- coming Thursday will be two errors, a.walk and a home,

others. She did not refuse to see There were other dances, many suppers Dean looks towards Delancey a game and cut off many a run. two sweet pitchers and Linus Frey i;!: fin::, it i is a young staff that mn gave the Red Devils three

them or to answer their letters. and dinner.and picnics. Nine i nods his head quickly and then The Cards are not quite the terrifically is a first class infielder-these i iI !;> should do better this year than "And that, means that the: pitching .

And (certainly wasn't his fault that times out of ten James found himself winds up. The ball streaks toward slugging team: that the'I'I three are going to give lots of1:;' 1altt. The outfield i is a problem. will be good. Merrill Gain.J rjns.The Funeral Homers touched
her father drank too much and madea partnered on these occasions Yanks of old.! were. Rather they '.1 Ben looks 1 for just four hits while the
the plate-and the 1935 I I trouble to the favorites. Chapman like a fixture I Dietrich, Marcum Mahaffey. ( ynes ,
scene. with Jane while Leslie continued toe World Series is on. are a slashing aggregation always Boston is the bit "if" team. H.,. If Earl Coombs can come, back j ton and Caster will improve U.J' / thletics got at Lunn for one
b freezingly polite to him and made
lie. himself, had done nothing much of Sam or Bad or.Jack-but I It's St. Louis against Cleveland.It's apt to blast defeat a victory with out vicious of an I i I the Babe has one more good year, j i i i i after that horrible crash last year that Foxx will be., handling, less.

not a thins that he could think of to particularly of Sam-under his dynamic, colorful Frankie apparent a if the Rabbit can come back if ::' should do nicely. George Silkirk The. team is, full of confidence In the field the leaders were
deserve such punishment, Although eyes. very I i I Frisch against quiet, soft-spoken ; timely drive. Only the Giants,, Ben Cantwell can come through. 'j.''I appears ready for a- berth and !' and-this is important Mn Mack Coehring and Pellicier for the A's

he searched his conscience hour James never saw Leslie alone now .1 j Walter Johnson. It's the roughest -+ have the pitching and the powerto , if Hogan can finally achieve stardom ]I|,I Dickey will be behind the plat isn't talking this year He just and, Sterling and Sweeting for the,

after hour. Surely, It Leslie liked and gradually had ceased to try to | toughest team in modern I give the Cards any real opposition -. McKechnie will start as It's a good team. Tom Swope. the : says. 'We'll have a fair team, and mbalmers..

nm! even a little bit she would not force himself upon her. turning nat i. baseball history against the clever, Many of the writers:,I pilot, but the birds are whispering ! Cincinnati writer, points out something . when he. lets it ,gp at ,that, watch Score by innings: R.- H. E.
treat him so cruelly for nothing at think that Bill Terry's team will '':,' about the Yanks. Joe McCarthy | A's." A's 000 010 000-1 3 4
rally enough to the comfort of brainy Cleveland outfit team I that Babe will be in the driver'j s out for the

nil except worshipping the groundshe Jane's presence Jane at least was that is loaded with power, a supple- come home fin>t. On paper the I j:i feat by .July the Fourth. However, will have to win this yearto | Apologies?la.:Advance Lopez .... 100 300 OOx-1 4.,. 2;
walked on. always stimulating and Giants look very nifty but then his and he'll) be bear Detroit York Batteries: Tynes and Garcia
entertaining: mented by a grand pitching staff lthe| birds are notoriously poor keep job, j Cleveland, New :
Leslie meanwhile, after a week Jane made his evenings bearable: That's the picture the baseball they looked very'niCt) all the way :I i whisperers. ing down hard. Now we come to and Boston-they'll come rolling Lunn Kerr and Ingraham..

of retirement went everywhere and got him out of himself. writers of when I up to September 1. 1934. and 1 I Guess Again +i i the Boston Red Sox. Tom Yawkey down that' stretch within whispering :Summary: Errors: Jones,.Gatee,

she was asked laughed even more Nevertheless. James looked so they into the the country future.see'A- didn't win any pennantF. Three;!!',r 'Now well shift to-the AmericanLeague. !!'i ran a million dollars into a ball distance of each othef. and the. Molina.. Gabriel. Ubi eta..,, Kerr;

than csual and never once men. forlorn and wretched and was so evidently I of the peer baseball poll 'I elements! enter into "doping the Smart Frank Graham ofI club and some of the writers think team that Lady Luck *mile ,upon' home run: Sweeting; two base

tioned James or his party or made pining to rush back and throw made recently leading after they had experts Giants this year. Their names are I 1 I I the New York Sun !says' "The ;i| it's good enough to win the pen- ,will probably get the nod. But{ hit Goehring; stolen base: Tynes;

any excuses for her father. himself at Leslie's feet at ber first j of the an Carl Hubbel, Leroy Parmalee, and 1 I only way to pick the AmericanLeague nant. Burt Whitman,of the Boston those writers are awful hot on I; truck out: by Lunn 8. by Tynes
However not even her mother sign of softening that Mrs. Millard. opportunity watching teams I Dick Bartell)): Several of the 3 bases balls Lunn 1
in race is to write the name Herald points out. "how about Joe Cleveland Well there they are ; on : off ,off

through knew of that the scene night at she home had after gone after and her a conference cohorts, took with the bull Miss by Julia the and spring Cleveland training clear gives title St.to Louis the I writers hint that Hubbel is due' of each club on a piece of paper, Cronin winning the pennant in his folks. St. Louis and Cleveland," Tynes 2; left on bases: Lopez 2,.

National i for a bad year<< but what they throw them up in the air. and the: first year as a pilot for the Sox. but don't be too much on them Athletics 4; time of game: 1:10;
horns and invited Leslie and American League
Sam bad when she faced a halt to spend : .
gone have: their foi-boding on I don't others have done it in their first ,I umpires Capote Lopez and Gon
sober half maudlin and thoroughly the month of August with her at ber crowns. There's not a thing order in which' they come down : even though a managerial poll ; ,

repentant father and forced from cottage on Lake Michigan, offeringto [ standing {in the way of making; this know. lie won twenty-one games mav well be the order in which i years on a club." Cronin is a good conducted by Dan Daniel gave the zalez.
last seaon and he looked pretty tits teams will and an outstanding short results. It's for even Standing of the ]league:
him bit by bit the reason that had pay all the girl's; expenses there prophecy come true-except a I finish.! I never saw I II manager ;: fame easy
sent him to bring her home. and back. (I! mere matter of some 151 games I good down south this month.l!I I I a race in this league which figures I II I ftop. The question mark on the the experts to pick! them wrong. Club- W, Lv Pet.

"What was It. Father? You've got Leslie, a little white, a little thin which each team must! play before Jimmy Wood, sports columnist of/I I to be so wide open." The lack of club is Lefty Grove. In good shape, Baseball is funny, you know.' I Busy Bees _... 3, 1 .80'

to tell me." Insisted Leslie, standing.: her head held high met James by I the end of September. the Brooklyn Times-Union has:;,.faith the writers have in Detroit I! Grove could make Mr Yawkeyvery In submitting his choice Jack Lopez.Funeral Home 3 2 .067

over him and shaking him now and chance one afternoon on Commer If St. Louis and Cleveland this to WlY of Parnialee; "If the:. to repeat is amazing Sis Mercer( happy. "However," John Kel Ryder of the Cincinnati Enquirer, I Athletics .,. .._.., 25 .285

ugain into wakefulness "1 won't go stet Street and told him. Giants had had Parmalee all)) of; of the New York American says, j I ler of the Washington Star points paid gloomily: "Here they are butI
stand up for us throughout the ... ................... .
"Mr Millard I last ! *
Has Invited to season they might have stopecthat : "Boston's them. A
to bed or to sleep until you tell me me "Of'troit will be as good this year out only dependable have no confidence in
be in
will to
season we a, position I
what it was" tlsit her at Harbor({ Beach. she said! I say "I told YOtsb.." If they flop final drive of the Cards. He's 'I,I as last year, but will Detroit be I pitcher is Wesley Ferrell" And year ago I picked them and just Today's Horoscope
John Harris took refuge brat In smiling happily. "Isn't that lovely! I on the verge of becoming a really '| as lucky? No tram could have that Boston is weak on the right side one club of the sixteen finished inn
I've I will be the first to remind you I .. ..,.......... .....
been to there and a see
haughtiness and finally in selfabasement. crazy go can great pitcher If he picks flitsl shuck two years in succession. Lass t I of the infield.. "If Yawkey ca the right place." And Tom Laird
that these the choices of the
were }
Leslie got It out of him hardly" wait to start. l year to fulfill the promise he t'alonlick! : y Cochrane didn't plug up the right side of the infield of the San Francisco News, widely l Here are great creative powers
: baseball writers and not of
nnally that Dill hawks had told him \vh,. yes" agreed" James uneasily my always! given, it means that he'll have one injury or case of illness ]! by June 15th," Roy Stocktonof known coast writer who has. been combined with some artistic

that Mrs. 1 Dill had beard that Miss "That's fine." And added as an self. Which is just another way II just about win the pennant for on his club." the St. Louis Post Dispatch looking at them for years gives genius. These persons often rise
afterthought VIl1 you be the only ; of carrying water on both shout .
Sarah Stlmson had told Miss La one ders feat which is t-

a some
Thornton who told Jennie Sears that "No, Mrs. Millard say Dick Bartell in the third I broadcast about Cleveland. Cleveland but he'll have to do that first.; ,'' : "But, after-all.. I am..only, sometimes by force of their

Jn her day young ladles were accustomed niece and nephew-he's expects ber possible. I enigma. Bartell)) may be the best has a catcher by the They are the only four teams guessing Which, I think; is as I own merit when coupled with ambition
Just graduated namE'iof
to let the men do the First, the National League_race.
young front Harvard Law: School. t shortstop in the league. Then Joe Pitlak. Tom Meany of thej I, the writers as a whole pick but Cy good a 'way. to pick winners asiany. ; ''sometimes by'' the influ
pursuing, but that AnQktn1'ls'p |
writers one .
t. Jhe ,
seemed the other V".yA nowadays paid; an rJt$ nntcl:: t6"oiy: >up toy bis;: till..bp strictly event I again he may not. He has hE'tV Wgrld-Telegram! >' '* !says! ,: "If Pitlak ;! Peterman of,the Philadelphia flub ." ,. ence of'people)) attracted to them
ft- -
that she was thinking of having bet 'vacation. but eTtourse" hi Vril sta/ with the Cardinals ajtwo-horse and Giants I exiled in Philadelphia thei$ pas t:- has Q greifi y ,1 *the Indianswill,, l', letin" picks a long shot in the Athletics Se if we're all wrong, please ex-'I'i j by their magnetic; powers.

telephone taken out because that at a hotel" again pounding down the, him few years and it's hard}. &!!,get a breeze in.Mf.iiJi jery disappoint "Jimmy Foxx is catching cu_ "'eiu.s., :We'll; be in good com-J

__lIlg ty. little Leslie Harris was for It Leslie had lingered a moment stretch. They believe that' those real line on a Philly player. Stan ing' last season but he should be for the A's this year," he say s. pan,?. .. -t II Subscribe to The Cithe .:

ever. Calling her nephew on thephone she might h ytnotlced how white C5rds have heart for the . - ____ _
too pluck -' -- -'- p --- - -'---- -
and Insisting{ that he;Zq to and sick Jamea looked bat she haH ,Giants''Yo'w'11! :!l r'caJl that the ; 1'i..J..:: : ; ::: T

see,he.t when he wanted to stay a t caught sight of.some home.-."- across the street and hurried off. Cards won twenty-six of their last ; ( Mr I IrtldH t I 141)1. ; .:

Standing alone in the shade of thirty games to wind up the 1934

remembered that she )had :Meyer's drug store awning. James campaign in first place. When the EVERY MINUTE: of the 2.4; FlOURSNIGHT : :

LESLIE James on the telephone quite definitely abandoned Leslie heat was on, those Cards took: (off
then and forever. She must love the their coats and started swinging
once or twice some weeks earlier
and that Miss Sarah bad answeredit mutt-sbe must. And be had been from the ground. A aw.iggeritgrough

each time. "Oh." she said. "oh." so sure once that she cared for him cocky crew, those Cardinals.

and her color flamed. "Is that all? If it had been someone else some Battlings: Lewinsky once said of WAGNER '

'Vas there anything else! she de- one more worthy who could haves Jack Dempsey, "He's an -'ay guy i 52: BOTTLES
appreciated and understood her. it to hit-but terrible mi ." .
landed almost fiercely. "Did( \ a guy to ?!?
Sarah say anything else?" would not have been so bard to bear. The Cards are like that. You can

"According to Dill It's common But Sam wasn't a gentleman: He was' punch them around for a few innings ( ,

knowledge that . old Sarah Stlm, coarse common. supremely nnfl to and then they'll get real mad
own so beautiful and rare a being "Pride; of Florida"DAY
son thinks It would be unspeakablydegrading and knock your ears off. Here'swhat
as Leslie It was as bad as a Fiji
for a Stlmson to marry alIarrls. some of the writer sayabout
owning Venus de MIlo.
I've been a bad father. Leslie
them "The Dean boys are
It was weeks before he could bear
a damned bad father, but I'd in'
to bear Leslie and Sam's almost a pitching staff them-
rather see you dead than married prospective the Cleveland BEERAre: Consumed:1 d
engagement commented upon. It selves. Ed. Bang of -
into a family that looks down on you. the :
News In addition
was months before he could say says.
It . I'
Why grandmother
your without his voice trembling that Cards will have the confidence "J.
"Yes? Tell about grand
me my J
mother." said Leslie quickly That Sam was certainly one lucky man. born of the success they had in : r. IN FLORIDA

(CopZrlplt/fJJ, 31 that last terrific drive asro.:
evening was the tint time In all her at eel a, Farnhaml a year
And they'll remember the way ..7-' 'tee 8 4 f
life Leslie had heard her father mention . rs
his! mother.BASEBALL. Tomorrow, Jan lakes an unuiu they pushed..Detroit.around in the ;;:
al I interest in her "'0.' fatkor.completed ." I world! series.: In truth Dizzy and WAGNER BREWING COMPANY

-- - -- - -- -- -. --- Daffy are almost a pitching staffin o ve 4 a.X01 .

themselves. Last year Dizzy
arrangements for entry <
TEAM won thirty games while Daffy ,
into the United States under counted nineteen wins, not a bad

bond and left by train for Jack year's work for a rookie. Thereis
sonville.In no reason to think that either

has! lost effectiveness .over
the group of players are: any
the winter. Young Dean in fact
Anastacio Santaella. Martin Din
CUBAN AGGREGATION LEFT should be even better. The Dean
go, \0)0 Diaz, Pedro Lopez, Alejandro boys are the most 1' ma1'kab1.i j f

BY TRAIN FOR JACKSON. Oma, Luis Trant. Manuel[ phenomena that baseball has I t1F ,

VILLE AFTER SHORT STAY Garcia, Francisco Correa. Fermin produced .in many .year Whoever,

i Valdez. Rodolfo Fernandez, La- first called them Dizzy and .

zaro Salazar and Cando Lopez. should go back, and take A

Members of the colored baseball high-school English. They're Service uary r rR :
During 1934 5,629 couples] sic goofy as a thousand Daff'j

team from Cuba arrived yesterday went to Reno, Nov, for marriage Liberty Bond. "And .
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................................................1 eee.......e...eeeeeeeeee LEGALS .eeeee..0..... 5.55.555Today's I .SiSiiiiSiSSiiiiiiiiiSii PLAN LECTURE j I I '
THAT SUNRISE Birthdayseeeeeeeeeeeee Today In History I
SOCIETY *.*ooeeeee s .S.o.-------------S
I under and by virtue of. and pur- Dr. Henry S. Pritchett of Cal. 1C 1C-Dr. William Harvey of'I -

,S..S1..S S S.55 S..5.SSS Si..sss.ssas..sssss......iS ( Rev. George E. Summers) and suant entered to that on certain the 23rd decree day, made of and New York, presidentemeritusof i. England first began teaching what II I THE CONSTANT NYMPH

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee February A. D. 1935. by the Honorable the Carnegie Foundation for I was for his day the revolutionary A lecture with slides will be Matinee: to.lSet NiBhtt 15-25c
Cuban Lodge Making Plans For : Jefferson li. Urowne, Judge of: the Advancement of Teaching I theory of the circulation of the;
It is my conviction that the 1 the Circuit Court of the TwentiethJudicial 78 blood. given in the Trinity Presbyterian!i
Circuit of Monroe born at Fayette, Mo., years |
Grand Verbena At Beach Resort celebration of Easter is the most : Florida. In Chancery. In countY'1 ago. ____ __ i Church Wednesday and Thursday
tain therein pending.
_ significant of all. Not as a per- : [AI\IfY causa Russell is the 1781-Birth of the first White I'of this, Easter, week. { BENJAMIN LOPEZ

celebrate it, and John R. Staff and }In- child in Ohio-Mary Heckewelder, The series includes
Armando Gutierrez enniel season do we U. S. Senator Frederick Van "Jesus! Taken -| FUNERAL HOME
An event the like of which has Annibal Armayor, Staff, his wife.I If married and if
Ishmael Calleja, Carl but as the Irl'eat'day of Christ's! dead their unknown helr devisee, I Nuys of Indiana, born at Falmouth I daughter of the famed Moravian:I from the Cross," "Mary at the I II Etabluhe.l 49 Years
never before been seen in Key resurrection from the dead: and grantees or other claimants. and all missionary to the Indians of Ohio.:
Sawyer. i I persons having or claiming an interest Ind., Gl 'years ago. I Tomb," "Jesus Appears to the Key W..,'. Oldett
West Grand Verbena will be for the further fact that lie i:51: : In the lands hereinafter described I 24-Hoar Ambulance San leeLic..ued

staged at the Coral Isle Casino' Finance Committee I' "The first fruits," "then we that;i are defendants the und..rIIIKnt'd ;- I 1854-Earthquake all but destroyed I Disciples. Embalmer
Special Master in Chaneery Charlie, Chaplain of Beverly
I j Blanca Bermudas chairman; '' All slides colored and
-', are
May 12.Sponsor I are hill i: appointed by said decree, will Hills CaL actor born in I the City of San Salvador special Pia... 135 Ni.bl 6 <-W
of this great Spanish'i Haide Martinez, Feliciano Castro, Thai 'fhfct' golden sheaf. waving!i I offer for vale and sell at public out- , I capital of the Republic.,._ music will be rendered by the
I.ry I to the highest bidder for cash I and, 46 jeara'ao."Dr. .-
all-day picnic will be the Ladies Mercedes Calleja. aloft in the midst of the grain :! before the front door of the County I choir.

Lodge Saserdotisas del Hogar No.' Decoration Committee : field is"a; sure token of the fact: 'ourt House, in Key '.st.. )Ionr,* '.: 1862-France declared war on Services will begin at 8 o'clock.Dr. I
Caballeros de la Luz. thal"hirvei and that the i iI I County Florida" on Monday the 'Samuel Jr-Crowe; of Johns .
1 and Order Mercedes Calleja chairman;; >t is near 6th day of May A D. 1>35. (same I Mexico. Gregg, of Jacksonville will KEY WESTCOLONIAL

At a special meeting held last, AntUtia Garcia, vice chairman;I millions of sheaves yet green, will being a rule day of said Court and hopkins, noted surgeon born in preach his last sermon tonight at
night officers to represent, also and surely be: a legal sales da)') during the legal Virginia, 52 years ago. I I HOTELIn
Friday presently
Pablo Calleja, Blanco Bermudes, 'hours of sale to-wit: Ketween 11ociock 1925-Bombs killed 200 in I 8 o'clock. !
different posts were elected. The I Ifelia Johnson, Oliver A.'I golden too. For the Lord hath,' in the forenoon and 2 cathedral at Sofia, Bulgaria.

list follows: I Armayor, Ishmael Calleja. Ar given to us "certain precious;i day.o'clock the in following the afternoon described of proper said William ("Billy") De Beck, I II Subscribe to The Citizen. the Center of the Businessand

Board of Director mando Gutierrez, Carl Sawyer,I promises," and of them all this is, !}.. to satisfy said decree by pa>- cartoonist, creator of "Barney 1927 floods made Theater District
I MilSan the most precious. For we lay us o ment of the amounts therein specified Google born in I -Mississippi I
Haide Martinez chairman; Oscar L. Enrique Mar : Chicago, 45 I hundreds homeless.
I down in the evening tired from I I First Clat*-Fireproof-
Oscar L. Milian, secretary; Mercedes tinez. I I' Iteing part of Government years ago. MONROE THEATERMILLS
our toil, or as child weary with its: Lots 3, :5>> and 6of Section I Sensible Rates
Calleja treasurer. Guard KlKhteen (18) Township 63 in Congress, born at Pikesville OF THE CODS

Publicity Committee Mercedes Calleja, Ofelia Johnson play, and we do not say "fare I Smith of Range 5$ East and Lily Pens, opera singer, born in Tenn., 63 years ago. I ---'nd--
I well," but "good night, I will see'r being on Plantation Key. and is France 31 I I COFFEE SHOP NOW OI'EII
Oliver A. Armayor chairman; Dora Gonzalez, Pablo Calleja. more particularly described as years ago. WEST OF THE PECOS
in the
you morning. I follow: tIring the S. \Vly portion Grace Livingston Hills ofSwarthmore I
- The glory of the rising sun has, of Lot 1 according to the Samuel Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orcbe- Garage Elevator
-- - D. McReynolds novelist born
Pa.. at
1 of J. li. Pin- rel.reseating -o ,
of the estate
map tra, 15-20c Night 15-25c I Price
for beauty, glory I ; Popular
I......5Sii.iSiiSiSSSiii no comparison I I fler. deceased said map being the 3rd Tennessee district! i Wellsville, N. Y., 70 years ago. |I l
Legion AuxiliaryTo or significance in our world. recorded in Plat Hook 1, page I -
MENTIONleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei I XI. Monroe County, Florida I -- - _ __ .
PERSONAL it. The ------ -- -- -- --- -- - -
Everything depends on --- ---- --- -- -
To Hold Meeting [ : Records. The Iortlonof ground
sunrise is hence the finest symbolof I herein conveyed commences at
the Resurrection of our Lord I a point where the Wly boundary S ,
There will be a meeting of the I I of said Lot 1 intersectswith
I Jeff Knight left yesterday aftI Jesus Christ. All else dependsupon the Atlantic'Ocean; thence

American Legion, Auxiliary held: for Matecumbe.\ it. "He is not here He is along said boundary-lln *. ,.Iu'a I ;: , ""'.al'
I ernoon :c. Wly direction 356... feet. to ." I ./
afternoon, according to C?: risen, as He said: and He goes the right-of-way of the F. I,:. ; 2J." ;

announcement! made today ; I Dr. E. Rodriguez; y Baso left before you into Galilee." I. f R). Com pan)"; thence in a X FIR M S -/ ,
direction the said
lly along ) L"
Several matters of much:im- yesterday afternoon for ,a, stay I "Let us go with Mhry of Mag-I right-f-way :01//,f..i.th..n"e at .J. I) "

with relative ,in -lolian dala early in the morning on the;; right an/'I"R In a S., HOly! ..iirection /
pd&tnce will 'come before "the and I 3Zit: feet to the Atlantic L 1(' '
.... first day of the week sing .- .
"J to 01' I Ocean; thence at right angles "
meeting, it is stated, Wand a request -
Robert Hart' .returned ye ter- the glad Hallelujahs of praise for i I al"ng the shore tine In a S.1) .
is mad --toi'i y large attend. ,with relatives at the glorious assurance that "He i \V1 direction 200' feet to the Who Rush To Give You f[Service-Patronize Them "

a ._ ....-... ..... . day. from a visit. : !I point of beginning. The last / "
is Risen.
MiamiBeachv; 0 mentioned boundary being a
The Key West Ministers Association -! beach meander.
For .\1..: The S. Wly portion of
Planning Thomas H. Gato, of Havana I has arranged; for aj i Lot 14 according to said map

Second Concert was an arrival on the SteamshipCuba crowd of :5,000; at Bayview Park,!3 of J. It Pinder's <' t 1 in Plat Hook I, 81, HEADQUARTERS FOR
page ,
yesterday and left for a and a chorus of :50; junior voices, Monroe County Florida Record,

business visit in New York. I will lead the assembly in song.!; and lrvinig at the .point SANDWICHESPrepared MARINE: CURIOS THIS SPACE: .
> The second concert by The Key .
where the"t..rn boundaryof
Then a stirring message will be: the Old-F .hioned
haul I jut 14 intersects will NEED MONEY?
Wcj t, Chamber Musicians, under
Mr. and Mis. Pierre Garcia and]I delivered by Rev. Shuler Peele. : the P. K. C right-of-way; way with all the trimming SOUVENIRS
the direction of Commo.orei! '
daughter. Miss Anna Garcia, left Also The "Holy] City." given at' tinnetalong/ said l l.ound4ry la SANDWICHES of all kinds;
Matho Fr. von Mietk-Liuba, H. D. a N." \VI>' din-tliou 1174 feet to
yesterday afternoon for a visit 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. | (h., waters of the Hay; thence We buy anything in OLD ]ishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 Insertions
W., will take place at 8 p. m. on!
with relatives in at riKht-anglt-s al./ theat..r8
of several' days lOc 35c and Films
Thursday. April 25. in the Key \\ of the Hay in a X. 17Iydirection GOLD-Watches, Chains, TO
West Colonial Hotel. I Mbami. FRUIT SHIPMENT 200 feet; thence in an Diamonds Watches and
i; ,
Easterly direction 1174 feet Pins, Rings and Dental COLD BEER
Besides the original group, several more or less; to the .'. 1C.. Jewelry PER MONTH
Mrs. Jennie Galmdo, who came Wine Soda Etc.
different soloists will be R> rl"ht-.f-way" ; thence in a Bridge Work.
pre in Sunday for a visit with her AT LOWE'S STORE, S Wly direction along said P. Watch and Jewelry
sented to the audience. Ticketsare
sister Mrs. Eva Warner and other K. C. right-of-way 210 feet to PAY US A VISIT
tale. I the point of ginning. Said Repairing
on relatives left yesterday for her I i lot of l iamb\ b'inah"u/ t I 61 14 Florida Gold Refiners "We Greet You With a Smile"
The, first Key West Melody! I acres more or less. The firstparcel

Hour last week was a splendid 1 home in Miami. Regular weekly shipment of containing of land I1acres herein described 604 Duval St. Phone 347 ART'S BARBQUEDivision FRANK JOHNSONColonial $3.00HAPPY

success. I fruits and vegetables will arrive I' = more or
Pete Nebo was a returning passenger less. and Simonton St..
tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash Also: On the Island known U. S. Govt. Permit Hotel Bldg.
yesterday from Miami I I as Plantation Key and knownon -NO FLIES-
Grocery 1117 Division street.
Coral Wheel Club where he had been visiting for a Ceo. I* Macdtmald's amended
The shipment which includes a plat of Jo\eminent Lots 3. Sand ;

Going For Ride few days. I large variety of both fruits and S of Section III, Township SELECT SEA FOODS DAYS ARE HERE
fc3 s..uth. Range/ 38 East recorded -READ-
I Frank Gato. who vegetables is expected to arrive in Plat Hook 1. 101.
and Mrs. page
fir.: INSURANCEOffice
_ _ _
Monroe Florida Public Jewfish, 2 lb.. 35c
Members of the Coral Wheel I while with relatives early in the evening. County
Club will hold were spending a Records as follows: The Easterly : Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib*. 35c THE KEY WESTSUNDAY
another of their
in Havana, returned yester- half of Ix>t 3: having a
meetings and rides tomorrow night POSES AS FLAPPER frontage of 272 feet. K inches Yellowtail on Bone, 2 25c 319 Duval Street
with added entertainment feature day afternoon.F. along the F. IX C. It)'. right-of- Grouper, 2 Ib*. ,._ _ 25c : $
an -
of 300
way and a frontage : feet. Snapper, 2 Ib*. .. _______ 25e STAR
in the form of a clue hunt. J. Dunn, of the customs NEW YORK-Frank Burns of more or less along the Atlantic -
ocean. C"ntalnlnga<:rt.s. Mutton FUh. 2 Ib. __ 2Sc '
The clues in this instance will here to this arrested while dressed
:: force in Key West, sent city was more or less The division of TELEPHONE NO.1
be peanuts, which will be secreted'. work with the local unit during as a "flapper bandit" after said lot being shown on said Large Select Oysters
Per Year
in a number of places by a group the winter season left yesterday commiting several robberies. I plat.Also: on the Island knownas FRESH SHRIMPGROUND Subscription $2 Try Your Meal. At

of members. Prizes for the win-!I for his home in Jacksonville. Plantation Key and knownon GREEN Key West's Only Sunday -THE-
hers have been donated by the LEGALS Ceo. Macdunald's amen.I.,11.lat
of ( eminent Lots 3. 5 TURTLE MEAT Dclmonico Restaurant
i Paper
Stowers Music company. i Charles Lowe left yesterday and 6 of Section 18, Township

Members of the club will assemble -! afternoon for Miami where he 'UT"'I': fcj South, Itan/eM last recorded Kingfuh Mackerel; PORTERALLENCOMPANY Budweuer Beer ........ ISe
Business Office Citizen
:; in Plat Book 1. page 101.Monroe .
8 o'clock at the home of will spend a while with rela IN TIM: <,01'>TI -ji iua:'* C'U' ul.1 County Florida Public FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Building Six Cour.e Dinner, ......
Mrs. Fred Kirtland 401 South Records as follow: The eastel -
street ride around the boulevard I tives. I iMI loll. IN MOMIOI iMtoitvn': mvn.ri.oitnii. ly half of Lot 1:. having a LOWE FISH COMPANY __________ SOc, 75:. and 8Se
.. PHONE 51
I frontage of 250 feet along the
and at the conclusion of the ride,! Mrs. Martha Smith left yesterday : In U'Y re .Kulatr\.'. UAKNKIl of F. I,:. C. R>'. nght-of-wa and a PHONE! 151
the peanut hunt will begin. ; J IVrtusrilNotion frontage of 180 feet along the
: by rail for short vacational Bay of Florida and containing .
( I is hereby uUn( to
periods with relatives in Miami, XU acres more or less. The DELICIOUSCAKES
that MayTutlle
I whom it ronrern
Subscribe to The Citizen. Melbourne\ tnd Tampa. I thr may un..r..i"n..1. llxeoutrixf division of aid. lot being shown IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
on said 1.lat.T"J.th..r PASTRIES
."................" ...1 i (iuy \\'. learner. l.r.-..istl, has filed rights thereunto with belonging all riparian or Po see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades
I Mrs.\ Tom Murray, left yesterday with the llonorftblf hugh Cunn, in anywise" appertaining.WM. and NOVELTIES atTHOMPSON'S.
CLASSIFIEDI afternoon for the home in ('ounty Judge of Monro.r and('ounly.has : H. MAIX: )XE. STAR, Ib 25c;
Florida her final rrport 11
I Miami, after a stay of one week made application for hr discharge UAYMOXl Special" ) H. I.OIU Master in Chancery ... ''f. FREE LARGO, tb 18c_ ;

with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Lucy aa "Kxrcutrix: of the Last Will and Solicitor! for Complainant. 1[
COLUMN Peak, accompanied by Mr. Murray Testament. of CuV.. Lamer, drriatied. marlJ-16; 8I1rUThe 1 ,_ MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., tt ISe.

I who arfjvt'd.Sunday for a short, lIatt'dllrll 8. mi.! : I Ipprec Buy It A t..J Y.our' ocal
.........---_........... MAY TlTTTUi government purchased 2- OVERSEASTransportation v.' thinfif'h 91m; WiU '11 Grrkytklte
stay ;with his! mother. An KxefutrU of the Last Will andTetauent 013,972 cattle from 150,205; cattlemen ..1II o1 '
of Cuy W. Larner. le- Inc. in "and r ; '
ROOMS' in 233 droujcht-fctricken Co., ate. Come e 'A'oa'.d ';
c..a..1. ;
Dt J. H. Montgomery; of the \v. nmuv! HAUUIS. I Texas counties during seven ,t' FAST'and RELIABLE ;hens TA "' vr ) n l e.t by

'THE MUNRO"-Rooms unex- state plant.,boardv who was in Attorney for Kxerutnx. months of the emergency. You nex obsK- Crab;Dinner CjFfftE'-MILL
-23-30: \ Our Readjr-lo-Serre Cake SERVlCtf
celled in price and location. KeyV' st for several days on, l.r DAILY wife betlrtukh ;itiore deliciopc
__ _ and Pa.trie are always fresh I .
!ulZaNE.4th Street Miami, Fla. 'buiniess: leftyesterday, ,afternoon 1 ---- -- u For AH)Information ..;!;! If[ it isibajud a? red in; ur 51-2 Cjene See!

apr4-16U; for Gainesville.Mrs. /Maloney & Peacock PHONE 2 6 9-.Jdr Giant $cailop" oXPileart ,Sea"""j .1 4 Phone 256 1)

PHONE 818 Shells.
PIAWO TUNING :Fred1Lee, annual visitor JAS. D. BAILEY. Agent

to Key West with her son, Fred.

PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-1 I left yesterday afternoon for her sn i IF"INMiiw cia <
reno. Excellent piano for sale I I home in New Jersey, after a mostdelightful 4 ri'.ni'i.' '-. DINE AT THE Birds Animals Fish PR1TCHARD ROSESFLORAL .
cheap. 1018 Division street. > .

I William Vassie, machinist with ii'Msiu' FUNERAL HOME PIECES A

FOR RENT the lighthouse department, left i! ICEs CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST
f accustomed
---- - I you are to SPECIALTY
BICYCLES-WE RENT by the| yesterday for Islamorada and i USE home Dignified. Syapatla.tic
I dining at you will find
Hour, Day or Week. Repair i i from there will go to Fowey,I
Rocks lighthouse to make adjust THE PLAZA a novel and eaI Courtesy PLANTS and VINES
all makes and paint them with IT'S PURER!

?Nu-Enamel.: We carry a full' ment to the revolving apparatus I joyable experience \

supply of parts. Agent for the : of the light.P. I ? LASTS LONGER! Fine Work At a Reason- LICENSED EMBALMER SOUTH FLORIDA

Kollfast and Dayton Bicycles.: | BREAKFAST

And bell them as low as $5.00 ,; J. Saunders president of thej I L1 1 t ICE REFRIGERATORS LUNCHEON Price Ambalaace Serric

down and $1.00 per week. We P. and O. S. S. Company, arrived i\ able .

Buy and Sell all makes of used yesterday for a short visit with!' \\i Made of all metal-equip SUPPERPLAZARESTAURANT NURSERY

Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I t officers of the S. S. Florida, ac- i COOLERS Mk.i'ilvlJI 624 Front Street LADY ATTENDANT
)' ped with WATER
Stowers company, 515 Duval 0 companied by Austin Williamson.J PHONE 597y.

street apr9-tf j I special the line.TURKSTO passenger. representative'of '' d They're Economical 1'I 505'bural Street KEY WEST FLA. Pho S48_Never SUepJOHNC.PARK

FOR SALE I I I 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
I I ((1L1 iLII
FINE: SECOND HAND Yellow'1 II 11'1 Satisfaction I IIi Our Reputation is Wrapped .,
536 Fleming Street
Pine Lumber, Sash. Blinds and I I I REST ON SUNDAY:,I in very packageof
Li Priced at. ,
Doors. Will do business at :. '
any i I. I :, "' .
time. C. Knowles, 917 Wind.o'r! 411) .ts.oelsrd I'r..) I 328 SIMONTON ST, -

_ Lane. aprl3-2t I ANKARA April 16.-An effort 30 35
-- -- - --- is afoot to have Sunday made! and WatchWATCHMAKER PRINTINGDONE

FOR SALE-Ford Dump Truck in 1 the official: day of rest in Turkey -| kF1 PLUMBINGDURO
excellent condition. Will sell ; ; EASY TFRMS 10 DAYS
0 -
the MoI .
instead of Friday, BY US
at $60.00 for quick sale. See _1 TREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
hammedan Sabbath. j
-. Joe Allen The Citizen office.I ;
I and
I The fact that all banks JEWELEPAND -THE-
apr6-2tz business houses close on Friday i I ICE CO.
i and many of them on Sunday also INC. ENGRAVERSee MTOTPRESSCitizen .

EXCHANGE- -' ._- ,--- handicaps many business deals. &&iiS Him For Tour Next Work PLUMBING SUPPLIES

ROOM i "" 1" "" """ """ : Bide.PHONE .

best residential section Two i Gaunt and travel worn an I .. I 'sL'.:
12 1 6 PHONE.348 '
Hotrsi 9 to to 51 ? '
baths Oil Heat. TwoCar Gar-!I Irish setter belonging to C. P. : :

age for large House or small Rogers of Concordia, Kas., left Opra Saturday Nic.t.. ,. : ,
: ,
I ' 0
Hotel furni;>hed. Roy Gordon, the farm where he had been .,. ... .'- ; : ', .

97 Paige St., Lowell, Mass. \| placed several months previously ,,1 --- ,
[ apr5-4tx and returned to his master. : __ IJ'f 1', :}{::::"':" J Ja I :

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